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Need to know how to hook up air handler wiring .

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  • superiorserv Mar 07, 2009

    The info was helpful but the problem is i have a brown wire coming out of air handler and a gray, red and white wire. They do not all color match . Could you please help me

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R to red for the power to the tstat. g to green for the fan to operate. w to white for the heat to come on. y to yellow that is for cooling. common to the outdoor unit with y to pwer up the condenser.

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    Todd Born Mar 07, 2009

    r to red for the power to the tstat. g to green for the fan to operate. w to white for the heat to come on. y to yellow that is for cooling. common to the outdoor unit with y to pwer up the condenser.

  • Todd Born
    Todd Born Mar 07, 2009

    brn is commen grey is the faN AND AND THER REST YOU KNOW DUDE

  • Todd Born
    Todd Born Mar 07, 2009

    brn is commen grey is the faN AND AND THER REST YOU KNOW DUDE

  • Todd Born
    Todd Born Mar 07, 2009

    ONLY HELPFUL?

  • Todd Born
    Todd Born Mar 28, 2009

    the gray one is for g or the fan, the brown one is for the common wire for the condenser

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